You might expect more seafood dishes seeing as though Cherrie Blossom is situated at the Fishing Harbour. But look closely enough and you’ll find options featuring prawns, squid and mussels, plus an oddly placed battered fish and chips dish. Those not keen on seafood will be able to enjoy chicken, beef and veggie creations instead. Must-tries include the black pepper prawns; a messy dish that you won’t regret getting your hands dirty to crack into. The venue, formerly known as Charms, probably isn’t as popular as it should be, but take advantage of the peaceful location and dine outdoors on the small terrace when the weather is cool. Facing out to the new Jumeirah Bay Island and beachfront, it’s the ideal place to relax lapping up the sounds of the waves and breathing in the fresh air. Although the chilled-out atmosphere is great in some respects, perhaps it is a little too laid-back when it comes to service. Staff in this two-storey venue are rarely seen, pretty much leaving guests to their own devices.